A Sunday update with Hawaii News Now weekend anchor Annalisa Burgos, previewing a few upcoming tech events.
Author: Ryan Kawailani Ozawa
A handful of bills were introduced at the state Capitol this year to lower roadblocks to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
The Hawaii Technology Development Corporation is partnering with Chamber of Commerce Hawaii to host the 2022 job fair virtually.
The FAA has requested several delays to the planned rollout of 5G cellular phone and data networks.
If you have a hard time hearing, there are dozens of hearing apps for smartphones that can help.
The Onipa?a Peace March is an annual event and procession to commemorate the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom in 1893.
The Daijingu Temple of Hawaii in Nuuanu offers New Year’s blessings o both humans and pets.
One of my favorite small utilities for my Mac is Blotter, by Delaware-based Wireload. It’s delightfully simple and elegant, putting your calendar and reminders on your Desktop. Unfortunately, it also stopped working a few...
National headlines proclaimed a “crash” in the value of Bitcoin and other digital currencies last week.
We’re a genuine home-grown technology company that has kept up with, and often surpassed, the national real estate industry.
This is Vinh. She lives on our street in Mililani. I’m glad I went over to meet her.
I was asked to participate in the fifth and final episode of a series of town halls marking the anniversary of the pandemic, hosted by Hawaii News Now.
The Department of Labor & Industrial Relations recently announced a $10 million contract to upgrade the mainframe-based system to a cloud-based one, hiring an 11-month old Idaho company named Solid State Ops.
Two things I looked forward to: the new design, and as always, the better camera. Though I’ve only had it a few hours, it delivers on both.
Ever since Every1ne Hawaii burst onto the local scene in April, aligned with no less than the Honolulu mayor’s office, many people have wondered who was behind this powerful but seemingly benevolent organization. It...
Today on KITV’s “Good Morning Hawaii,” anchor Maleko McDonnell and I discuss the latest tech headlines, including the controversial facial recognition startup Clearview AI, and new smartphones from Samsung (including the Galaxy S20 flagship and Galaxy Z Flip folding phone) and Motorola’s Razr reboot and mid-priced Moto G Power.
A singular cinematic experience that was so intense, so visceral, so relentless, I was wrung out and speechless when the credits rolled.
Highlights from CES 2020 in Las Vegas, including the Sony Vision-S concept electric car, the Razer Kishi mobile gaming controller, and the Lenovo X1 Fold folding-screen computer.
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